Audubon Magazine May-June 2009

Low clouds sweep past Cerro de la Medio Luna, a small part of the million-acre Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve in eastern Mexico. A drive to save the preserve’s biological treasures also protects the region’s rich cultural heritage. Ewan Burns
International Travel

Meet Me at the Oasis

In the face of forces destroying other parts of Mexico, the Sierra Gorda reserve holds its own—a miraculous, biological melting pot unmatched on the North American continent. Black bears mingle with jaguars and macaws, and stands of tropical trees, d

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